Weeks of June, 1971
First Week Of June:

Album Chart: The Rolling Stones were in their 3rd. week in the top spot on the Album chart with, Sticky Fingers.

R&B Chart: The Honey Cone were in their 2nd. week at the #1 position on the R&B chart with, Want Ads.

Pop Chart: The Rolling Stones were in their 2nd. week at #1 on the Pop chart with, Brown Sugar.
 
Second Week Of June:

Album Chart: The Rolling Stones were in week 4 at the #1 position on the Album chart with, Sticky Fingers.

R&B Chart: The Honey Cone were in their 3rd. week at #1 on the R&B chart with, Want Ads.

Pop Chart: The Honey Cone jumped into the top spot on the Pop chart with, Want Ads.
 
Third Week Of June:

Album Chart: Carol King jumped to the #1 spot on the Album chart with, Tapestry.

R&B Chart: Aretha Franklin took over the top position on the R&B chart with, Bridge Over Troubled Water.

Pop Chart: Carol King leaped up the charts to the #1 slot on the Pop chart with a double sided hit, It's Too Late / I Feel The Earth Move.
 
Fourth Week Of June:

Album Chart: Carol King was in her 2nd. week at #1 on the Album chart with, Tapestry.

R&B Chart: Wilson Pickett jumped to the top of the R&B chart with, Don't Knock My Love.

Pop Chart: Carol King was in her 2nd. week at the #1 position on the Pop chart with, It's Too Late / I Feel The Earth Move.

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